Afternoon Bites: Wendy C. Ortiz, Feminist Punk Bands, Binge-Watching TV, Carrie Brownstein, and More

Wendy C. Ortiz on her favorite books of 2015.

Kashana Cauley’s essay about her visit to a gun show is one of the best things you’ll read this year.

Noisey delves into Seattle’s feminist punk scene.

Pilot Viruet wrote about the therapeutic effects of binge-watching television.

Highlights from the year in book cover design.

Talking with Adam Robinson of Publishing Genius.

At The Quietus: thoughts on Carrie Brownstein’s Hunger Makes Me a Modern Girl.

Entropy listed some noteworthy small press books from November.

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